Parts of Speech
Tatari Faran consists of the following parts of speech:
Nouns: words that refer to things, objects, or concepts. The things, objects, and concepts themselves are called the noun referents.
Verbs: words that describe actions and events. The actions and events themselves are called the verb referents.
Finalizers: clause-final words that complement the verb or adjective in an adjectival statement in the indicative mood.
Pronouns: words used in place of a noun. Tatari Faran pronouns also serve as vocative markers and demonstratives.
Adjectives: words that describe the attributes of a noun.
Adverbs: words that refine the meaning of the verb.
Conjunctions: words that join sentences.
Postclitics: a catch-all category for Tatari Faran words that cannot stand on their own, but modify the meaning of words they follow. This category includes case clitics, postpositions, interrogative markers, and mood markers.
The rest of this grammar describe these parts of speech in greater detail and explains how they are put together.